About the museum
The Museon in The Hague is a museum for culture and science. Visitors are inspired to discover the world and treat it with respect. In the central exhibition One Planet you will learn in a fun way what you can do yourself to keep our planet livable.
The temporary exhibitions are always interactive and interesting for the whole family. The topics are diverse and include dinosaurs, space travel, climate change, illsusions or the Romans! In addition, visitors can always visit the NatGeo Focus Gallery, National Geography's permanent photo exhibition, which changes themes twice a year.
In the Museon you can experience things by watching, listening, reading and especially by doing many things yourself. You don't have to talk softly and you may touch a lot. The museum is never the same, because often there are new exhibitions and many activities for the whole family.
One Planet, the permanent exhibition at the Museon, is based on the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals formulated by the United Nations. In One Planet you will learn in an interactive and fun way that everyone can make a difference when it comes to keep our planet liveable. Examples of issues that are discussed are: energy, climate change, discrimination, overfishing or water pollution.
It is a fun, fascinating and educational exhibition for the whole family with a lot of interaction in which the visitors get answers to the question of how we can keep the earth liveable and healthy together in a playful way.
Small exhibitions in the Museon
The Museon also features smaller permanent exhibitions on a variety of subjects, such as the Romans, prehistory, satellites, volcanoes and life at the North Pole.